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Development of a Client-Server System for 3D Scene Change Detection

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In this paper, we present a client-server system for 3D scene change detection. A 3D scene point cloud which stored on the server is reconstructed by (structure-from-motion) SfM technique in advance. On the other hand, the client system in tablets captures query images and sent them to the server to estimate the change area. In order to find region of change, an existing change detection method has been applied into our system. Then the server sends detection result image back to mobile device and visualize it. The result of system test shows that the system could detect change cor- rectly.

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H. Wang, B. Lin, T. Tamaki, B. Raytchev, K. Kaneda and K. Ichii, "Development of a Client-Server System for 3D Scene Change Detection," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6 No. 7B, 2013, pp. 17-21. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2013.67B004.

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